Franz Kafka - letter to the father

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'No more psychology' is what Kafka says in the octave books. Nevertheless: the letter to the father is the document of a sublime psychological clairvoyance. In hints, the son describes what is unbelievable for a lifetime: the irresistible urge of the powerful father to humiliate and deprave his own son out of his secret feeling of inferiority. The 'deliberately drawn out farewell' to the son, which some interpreters interpreted as the obession of the 'eternal son', testifies to the desperation of reconciling the 'unbelievable' with one's faith and not resting sooner want. So that it can 'calm us both down a little and make life and death easier.'

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